Devlin Mosher, Joyce

Joyce Devlin Mosher, Professor of English and Communications

Joyce Devlin MosherEducation

  • Ph.D. Literature and Criticism, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2007
  • M.A. Language and Communication, Regis University, 1996
  • B.A. Comparative Literature, Pennsylvania State University, 1975

Sustainability Studies Courses

  • SUS 320, Literature for Change
  • SUS 420, Writing for Sustainability
  • SUS 489, Sustainability Capstone

Research and Publishing Interests

  • Pedagogy
  • Language acquisition
  • Literary criticism
  • Literature of the American West
  • Contemporary Scholastic and Creative Composition
A resident of Breckenridge, Colorado, for over forty years, Joyce has worked on many land use projects in the high country’s wilderness areas. She volunteers time to a variety of social and cultural groups that improve the quality of life for people in Colorado. Dr. Mosher brings her lifelong interests in literature, the arts, and humanities to CMC’s Sustainability Studies classes. In Pennsylvania, she studied with James Cahalan, Edward Abbey’s biographer.

Contact Information:

Location: Breckenridge

Phone: 970-453-6757, ext. 2607


Office: Room 147